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Laptop problem i have toshiba Qosmia G30 ,now its display havery big green squares in large quantity also on monitor attach same problem shows on monitor help me out

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Sorry, video drivers will not solve this. This is a known hardware issue. The only "apparent" fix is to send it to toshiba if under warranty or replace the motherboard yourself.

http://tais-app-p01.toshiba.com:8080/KanisaPlatform/Publishing/672/1199_f.html

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Click HERE to go to Toshiba's web site. Click on Download Drivers, select your model and operating system and update your video driver.

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